Zimbabwe's Fight to the Finish: The Catalyst of the Free Market
Moore examines the causes of the Zimbabwean crisis, including poor governance, inherited and highly unequal colonial structures, and the impoverishing impact of the IMF- and World Bank-sponsored Structural Adjustment Program, which, in bringing economic liberalization, exposed the failure of a skewed market to meet majority basic needs. Moore argues that Western states should help Zimbabwe resolve the question of land redistribution in order to secure a democratic and prosperous future.
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